WEST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A major mall in L.A. is going away.

Most of the Westside Pavillion — stretching a couple of blocks along West Pico Boulevard — will close after 32 years in business. Most of the 500,000-square-foot space will be re-developed into creative office space.

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Hudson Pacific Properties, in Brentwood, and Macerich Real Estate Company, of Santa Monica, announced the transformation Monday.

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The 100,000 square feet of existing retail, where an Urban Home store, Landmark Cinema and a restaurant are currently housed, will remain.

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According to a press release, developers expect to complete construction by mid-2021.